The Good Girl Revolution


Events

Thursday July 31, 2008
Start: 09:05
End: 09:30

station CHQR in Calgary; learn more about the show and hear the Podcast here

Friday August 1, 2008
Start: 09:05
End: 09:25

Wendy joins Relevant Radio for an interview on their "Morning Air" program.

"Bridging the Gap Between Faith and Everyday Life"--Listen on-line at: www.relevantradio.com

Sunday August 3, 2008
Start: 02:30
End: 02:45

Interview with Arlene Bynon on 640 Toronto Radio--find out more about the show here.

Monday August 4, 2008
Start: 09:00
End: 09:35

630 CHED in Edmonton; listen online here

Wednesday August 6, 2008
Start: 05:30
End: 06:00

On Thursday, Wendy will talk with Christy Clark for her radio show based in Vancouver.  If you missed the broadcast, past shows are available here.

Tuesday August 26, 2008
Start: 20:00
End: 21:00

Wendy joins Mitchel Raphael, Capital Diary Columnist for MacLean's Magazine and Catharine Tunnacliffe,
Deputy Managing Editor of the Toronto Star, and Richard Crause, Host, "Reel to Real," for a lively discussion on "The Michael Coren Show."

Thursday September 18, 2008
Start: 00:55
End: 08:20

Details TBA

Wednesday October 29, 2008
Start: 00:53

Wendy will speak to parents and community members at Temple Israel.  Book signing to follow.  

Monday February 9, 2009
Start: 10:00
End: 10:30

Wendy will speak at the JCC at a Jewish parenting conference. Address: 6255 North Santa Monica Boulevard 

Wednesday April 29, 2009

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"Wendy Shalit’s first book, A Return to Modesty. . . created a storm when it was published nine years ago but whose influence can be detected in today’s campus chastity clubs, including here at Harvard. As a veteran of pro-sex feminism who still endorses pornography and prostitution, I say more power to all these chaste young women who are defending their individuality and defying groupthink and social convention. That is true feminism!"

— Camille Paglia, Harvard Feminism Conference Keynote, April 10 2008